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The administration of debt relief by the international financial institutions : a legal reconstruction of the HIPC initiative

Author: Leonie F Guder
Publisher: New York : Springer, 2009.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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1. Objectives and Plan of the Study ... 1 2. Literature Review ... 9 3. Structure. ... 20 Part I. Multilateral Debt Relief for Heavily Indebted Poor Countries ... 23 A. The Heavily Indebted Poor Countries Initiative (HIPC) ... 26 1. Concessional Assistance to Low-Income Countries ... 26 2. The HIPC Framework ... 30 2. 1. The Heavily Indebted Poor Country Initiative of 1996 ... 33 2. 2. The Cologne G-8 Summit of 1999  Read more...
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Guder, Leonie F.
Administration of debt relief by the international financial institutions.
New York : Springer, 2009
(DLC) 2008938061
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Leonie F Guder
ISBN: 9783540886082 3540886087 9783540886099 3540886095
OCLC Number: 1005835318
Notes: Originally presented as the author's thesis (doctoral)--Univ. Frankfurt/Main, 2007.
Description: 1 online resource (xviii, 355 pages)
Contents: Multilateral Debt Relief for Heavily Indebted Poor Countries --
Doctrinal Reconstruction of HIPC in a Public International Law Perspective --
Multilateral Debt Relief Under HIPC --
global Governance Perspectives --
Issues of Legitimacy --
Conclusions.
Responsibility: Leonie F. Guder.

Abstract:

1. Objectives and Plan of the Study ... 1 2. Literature Review ... 9 3. Structure. ... 20 Part I. Multilateral Debt Relief for Heavily Indebted Poor Countries ... 23 A. The Heavily Indebted Poor Countries Initiative (HIPC) ... 26 1. Concessional Assistance to Low-Income Countries ... 26 2. The HIPC Framework ... 30 2. 1. The Heavily Indebted Poor Country Initiative of 1996 ... 33 2. 2. The Cologne G-8 Summit of 1999 and HIPC II. ... 39 2. 3. Eligibility and Implementation under the Enhanced HIPC Framework ... 43 3. What kind of debt is addressed by HIPC? ... 48 4. HIPC Funding and Finances ... 50 4. 1. The PRGF-HIPC Trust of the IMF ... 51 4. 2. The World Bank HIPC Trust Fund ... 57 4. 3. The IDA Debt Reduction Facility. ... 60 4. 4. HIPC Financing through Multilateral Creditors ... 61 4. 5. Conclusion: Trust Fund Financing ... 62 5. HIPC Proceedings ... 63 B. Debt Relief under the G-8: The Multilateral Debt Relief Initiative (MDRI) ... 67 1. MDRI as Operational Successor of HIPC. ... 69 2. Subsequent Changes in Lending Policies ... 74 C. Case Study: The Contemporary History of Debt Relief in Ghana. ... 77 1. Ghana's History with Economic Aid ... 80 2. Ghana's Reform Process under HIPC ... 86 X Table of Content 2. 1. Implementation of the HIPC Framework ... 89 2. 1. 1. Preliminary Documents. ... 97 2. 1. 2. Ghana Poverty Reduction Strategy. ... 98 2. 1. 3. Decision Point Document ... 102 2. 1. 4. Ghana's Completion Point ... 104 2. 2. Donor Coordination under the Multi Donor Budgetary Support (MDBS) ...

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